I forgot to show you my trad trolley after someone requested a look at it. In there at the moment is several bottles i fill with pure and add washing liquid, i then top up my boab as and when i need to, i find 3-4 bottles last me a full day but often only need 2-3. Next to that is a flask of tea, on the other side i normally have a cold drink in a bottle. In the pouch at the front is dry scims and microfibers, more than i really need but i never run out. I can have an additional squeegee in the holder. Next to the pouch is room for a lunch box with sandwiches in and whatever else i have. At the top where my work belt is hanging i sometimes strap on a pouch for additional thi gs but havent latly as im using this 25l moerman bucket and i find everything i want fits in there. Before i had an 18L unger bucket and i found i wanted a bit more space which is why i upgraded size. So its simple sitting on a regular £10 shopping trolley i nicked off my wife, the handle of the bucket fits over the trolley handle and amazingly there are feet on thee moreman buckets on the corners which perfectly slot over the metal frame of the trolley, i mean perfectly, theres not ever 1mm spare. In the handle of the bucket there is holes and ive attached a zip strap through these holes to the handle of the trolley making it all very secure. I think daveyboy said a trad trolley is a bit ott, its probably true if u only have less than 20 customers in a spot and u need to get bk in the car but i have areas with say 150 houses all very close to each other and i never have any reason to go back to the car until i want to stop work, so this way i can take everything i need for a long day of work with no reason to stop and go bk to car and being on wheels makes it very easy to move around with ladders on other hand/shoulder.